Red hot again!!!!

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Over the last week, the Steelhead fishing has improved to what we would call awesome fishing. It doesn’t seem to matter if we are pulling plugs or casting egg sacks, beads or pink worms… the crazy things are just biting. We have been fishing in the top half of the river most days. Most of the fish are still in the fast water, but every day we are catching more in the slow stuff. Sorry for the lack of pictures, my camera was absent for a couple of days.

Fishing picks up!!

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With more room on the river the fishing has been great. Fish are starting to move back in to the slower deeper water spreading them out more. We still need more water before things freeze up. Spin, fly and plug fisherman are all catching fish. Fish from altmar to route 2A and you will catch fish, some browns are still mixed in with the steelhead. Good luck to all and happy thanks giving.

Low water, great weather, tougher fishing

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Well, it seems like over the last week, the fishing has gotten a little more difficult. Heavy fishing pressure, along with low, clear water, have put the fish off the bite a lot lately. Those who fish hard, with confidence and patients, will be rewarded with a nice trout every now and then. We have been taking fish casting with pink and blue egg sacks, pink worms and beads. We have also been catching them on plugs. Here are some examples:

A few more pics!!

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Water low…fishing ok!

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Sorry for the lack of reports. Hard enough just to get the trips done. Fishing has been good but a little slower lately. The water is low, 335 cfs’s, and the people are everywhere. Seems like every good spot has people in it. The economy needs to turn around so some of these people can go back to work. Doc was in the house…again and we had a blast. He caught steelies casting egg sacks and on plugs. Pink and blue bags were the trick casting while Hot Shots and Rappies did the job back trolling. The fish are spread from top to bottom in the river but are bunched up because of the low water. The crowds are making our job VERY difficult. Good for the local economy… bad for guiding.


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